Peifer and de Groot win Nottingham Indoor titles as Reid and Whiley finish runners-up

Nicolas Peifer of France and Diede de Groot of the Netherlands won the men’s and women’s singles titles on a dramatic last day of the 2015 Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament when both...


Join Go Canoeing at the Santa Splash

If you have ever fancied donning a Santa hat and taking to the water with lots of other Christmas canoeists then your dreams are about to come true! The National Water Sports Centre in...


Minister for Disabled People to address organisations on sport and physical activity

On 24 November, representatives from 70 organisations will hear from leaders in disability rights, sport and Government at the Making Active Lives Possible conference. Speakers include the Minister...


Trent College U15s March on in Natwest Vase

Ben Dickinson top scored with 13 points as Trent College U15s romped through to the fourth round of the national Natwest Schools’ Vase competition courtesy of a 38-17 victory over Nottingham High...


New film released to accompany successful inclusive communications guide

Today, the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) unveils a new film, designed to complement the charity’s successful Inclusive Communications Guide. Through a series of animations, viewers...


Notts CYP club wins table tennis equipment competition

News Notts CYP club wins table tennis equipment competition Table Tennis England teamed up with the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) to give one lucky organisation the chance to win an...


Top Brits among seeds to advance at Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament

Gordon Reid, Jordanne Whiley and Andy Lapthorne, 2014 finalists at the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament, got their singles challenges underway in style on the second day of this...


England Squash making a new kind of racket

England Squash launch new name and announce rebrand in a bid to boost popularity and membership within the sport.


Sport England announces lifeline for struggling talented athletes

The rising cost of becoming a sports star has led to some of England’s best up-and-coming talent dropping out of sport altogether Findings from a latest SportsAid study shows parents could be...


Nottinghamshire Sailors To Get Royal Seal Of Approval

Four Nottinghamshire sailors will each receive one of the Royal Yachting Association’s most prestigious awards from HRH the Princess Royal, President of the RYA, later this month in celebration of...